Casino Sponsored Skating Events

Casinos, both on and offline are taking more and more to event sponsorship for a number of reasons. Firstly, an increasing focus on corporate social responsibility has driven a surge in sponsorship from businesses in almost every sector and industry imaginable, simply because their shareholders and stakeholders believe it is the right thing to do. In addition, it is a mutually beneficial opportunity, since it offers great potential exposure for casinos.

With skating becoming an increasingly popular and consistent subculture, it is anticipated that it will figure more and more casino sponsored events. Keep an eye on your favourite casinos’ social media to keep up with the various events they sponsor. For example, you will find mr green twitter here, where you will be kept up to date with the casino’s goings on.

In order to best leverage these opportunities for exposure, it is crucial that casinos choose the right events in order to reach the right and desired audience. Skateboarding events, for example, are a great way to reach a young and vibrant crowd, which is exactly what South Beach Casino and resort did with Indigenous Day Live’s skateboarding event. The Canadian casino sponsored the event to support the indigenous people as a group, and to expose themselves to a new and exciting market.

The event took place on June 23, 2018, and this was the 11th year that the event has taken place. It was held in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada and drew attendees from all over the country, with events held in other cities as well. The skateboard competition was an all day event and featured skilled skaters of all ages (12 and up). There were 200 dollars up for grabs for the best trick. South Beach Casino’s role as a sponsor made the event possible and allowed talented skaters to do what they love while also supporting a great cause.